Born on February 19, 1993 in Florida, Victoria Justice started her career early in 2003 after moving to Los Angeles. Prior to becoming a full-time actress, she was a model making appearances for such fashion houses as Ralph Lauren, Gap and Guess, as well appearing in national ad campaigns for various brands, including Peanut Butter Toast Crunch and Ovaltine. It was also in 2003 that she made her television debut in an episode of Gilmore Girls. Her big break came in 2005 after landing a starring role, playing Lola Martinez in the Nickelodeon show Zoey 101.
The show ran until 2008. Simultaneously, she appeared in an episode of Everwood and starred in the TV movie Silver Bells. It was also in 2005 that she made her movie debut in When Do We Eat?, followed by the movies The Garden, Unknown, and The Kings of Appletown. Further success on television came in 2010 after securing the lead in another Nickelodeon series Victorious, running until 2013. In 2015, she starred in the short-lived series Eye Candy. As of 2016, she plays a recurring part in Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life.
Has Victoria Justice had Plastic Surgery?
22-year-old actress has been a television staple since she was in the initial phase of her adolescence. Now in her 20s, she practically grew up on the screen. As this happens, some observers have noted the changes on her appearance, which could be attributed to cosmetic enhancements considering the ubiquity of plastic surgery in Hollywood. Although she’s only in her early 20s, the former Nickelodeon star cannot be exempted to claims of cosmetic surgeries, especially since her looks have gone different. Though it cannot be denied that she’s more glamorous-looking than before, something her fans worldwide love very much.
She could have undergone a nose job to enhance not only her nose but the rest of her facial features as well. It is unlikely that she’s had Botox since she’s very young and wouldn’t need such improvement as of this time. However, her enhanced appearance could also be the effects of her growing up. Naturally, young women tend to look different due to their face and body maturing. Plus, now that she’s no longer a teenager, she can further explore multiple cosmetic products, like make-ups. Styling and lighting during red carpet events can also contribute to her much improved projection these days. That’s more likely than plastic surgery, which she definitely does not need.